Samsung UHS-3 64GB Micro SDXC Memory Card £16.55 @ Gearbest
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Samsung UHS-3 64GB Micro SDXC Memory Card £16.55 @ Gearbest

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What are the chances of these being real?
Very very small ..see other posts..just returning eBay fake after 1000 positive reviews..
gonna need that jumper!
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only £22 @ amazon - not worth the risk on these is it.
The reviews are positive though gearbest.com/mem…_de
Might be grey import. Thats why its cheaper
£18.99 at mymemory with VC5 code
Also, even legit Samsung microsd cards are much worse than Sandisk... I've had 2 EVO 32Gb just die on me. Then I found out Samsung warranty is 2 years.... Sandisk is 5 to 10 years.
Even cheaper on eBay but not able to read full storage capacity. My 32gb showing as 1gb. Thinking of returning it but it cost me less than £5 from China
iBuyWhatIWant23 m ago

Even cheaper on eBay but not able to read full storage capacity. My 32gb …Even cheaper on eBay but not able to read full storage capacity. My 32gb showing as 1gb. Thinking of returning it but it cost me less than £5 from China


the reason your '32gb' shows as 1gb is because thats what it is... 1gb
basically a fake
pgregg43 m ago

Also, even legit Samsung microsd cards are much worse than Sandisk... I've …Also, even legit Samsung microsd cards are much worse than Sandisk... I've had 2 EVO 32Gb just die on me. Then I found out Samsung warranty is 2 years.... Sandisk is 5 to 10 years.



but with samsung you have to send it to holland so it costs more to return than a new card.


Does anyone know if you buy a fake card from ebay, do you get all your money back if it turns out to be a fake? Is it a hard process to go through to get your money back?
brilly20 m ago

the reason your '32gb' shows as 1gb is because thats what it is... …the reason your '32gb' shows as 1gb is because thats what it is... 1gbbasically a fake


But it’s got Samsung on it and says 32gb
zaheer200341 m ago

but with samsung you have to send it to holland so it costs more to return …but with samsung you have to send it to holland so it costs more to return than a new card.Does anyone know if you buy a fake card from ebay, do you get all your money back if it turns out to be a fake? Is it a hard process to go through to get your money back?



m8, never EVER buy memory cards from eBay!
Jellybeans3 h, 4 m ago

m8, never EVER buy memory cards from eBay!


Why not? I do it all the time, never had a problem, you just need to employ a bit of common sense
iBuyWhatIWant8 h, 17 m ago

But it’s got Samsung on it and says 32gb


My mate stuck a Ferrari badge on his micra. They didnt entertain him when he took it back to Ferrari when it wasnt performing.
Edited by: "master10" 18th Jan
decanay20 h, 27 m ago

Why not? I do it all the time, never had a problem, you just need to …Why not? I do it all the time, never had a problem, you just need to employ a bit of common sense



Unless it's from a reputable seller (mymemory, etc) who have their own stores, but open a storefront on eBay. Then why take the risk. It is known a majority of cards on eBay are fake, That said, sometimes Amazon stuff can be fake too, but you can immediately send it back and notify them of this.
Jellybeans56 m ago

Unless it's from a reputable seller (mymemory, etc) who have their own …Unless it's from a reputable seller (mymemory, etc) who have their own stores, but open a storefront on eBay. Then why take the risk. It is known a majority of cards on eBay are fake, That said, sometimes Amazon stuff can be fake too, but you can immediately send it back and notify them of this.


That's exactly what I mean. There are many reputable stores selling via ebay, and usually it works out cheaper to buy through their Ebay store, and you are more protected in doing so.

There is zero risk buying from anyone on Ebay. Buyer protection and free returns, all automated, quick and easy. Amazon have nearly as many dodgy sellers, no free returns (unless fulfilled by), and you will have to speak to CS to get anywhere. It can really drag on when dealing with 3rd parties on Amazon.

When taking a punt on cheap memory cards, Ebay is actually your best option. And if playing it safe, it's often the cheapest place to buy from reputable sellers.

To add fairness and balance to this thread...

ALWAYS buy memory cards from Ebay
decanay19 h, 42 m ago

That's exactly what I mean. There are many reputable stores selling via …That's exactly what I mean. There are many reputable stores selling via ebay, and usually it works out cheaper to buy through their Ebay store, and you are more protected in doing so.There is zero risk buying from anyone on Ebay. Buyer protection and free returns, all automated, quick and easy. Amazon have nearly as many dodgy sellers, no free returns (unless fulfilled by), and you will have to speak to CS to get anywhere. It can really drag on when dealing with 3rd parties on Amazon.When taking a punt on cheap memory cards, Ebay is actually your best option. And if playing it safe, it's often the cheapest place to buy from reputable sellers.To add fairness and balance to this thread...ALWAYS buy memory cards from Ebay


I would also avoid the marketplace from Amazon even worse than eBay. Always buy direct from Amazon if it's a memory card and like I said even Amazon sometimes stock fake goods. So it's good to alert them too, because they don't check everything.

The thing is how many deals you see here which are flash from ebay or direct from the supplier? Most of the time the cheaper deals come direct from reputable sellers rather than their market stalls on eBay. The reason being is because they don't have to pay eBay the commission. Your eBay protection only helps so much. If they start seeing lots of returns from your account, they might start siding with the seller next time.
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